Two reports confirm the worst allegations about a ‘Trojan Horse’ plan to impose an intolerant Islamic ethos on British state schools

Michael Gove was hated because people prefer the bigotry of low expectations to fixing Britain’s education system. But he was right

Michael Gove was the most dynamic education secretary Britain ever had

We have a long way to go before our children get the kind of education they deserve

Injecting choice into our education system has raised standards in our schools. More radical reforms would improve them further

Experiments in progressive teaching in the north London borough have denied generations of working-class children a good education

Inspectors trust good schools to control pupils’ behaviour. So why do they try to impose child-centred teaching? It’s time for reform

Michael Gove’s proposal that teachers be rewarded financially for achieving targets undermines the very ethos of the profession

Tristram Hunt found Education Under Siege a useful book. It’s nothing more than the dying groans of the blob

Labour’s rising star has accused Michael Gove of conducting a “dangerous ideological experiment”. He is wrong — and he knows it